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  • Ferris stops Skyline on a dime, wins state crown

    Ferris Saxons controlled the clock and hung on to the ball Saturday to pick up their first state title, beating top-ranked Skyline 24-16 in the 4A championship football game at …


  • CdA survives Tigers’ surge

    Chad Chalich scored 21 points with 10 rebounds and went 11 of 12 from the free- throw line and Coeur d’Alene (1-0) survived a late run by Lewis and Clark …


  • Cusick falls in State 1B title game

    The Lummi Blackhawks overcame a 24-16 halftime deficit to defeat Cusick 55-30 in the State 1B championship football game at the Tacoma Dome.


  • Ferris Saxons set goal to avenge Skyline loss

    The distraction is ancient history now. Yes, the Ferris football team must make its second trip to Tacoma in six days. But it could turn out to be a blessing, …


  • Colfax earns second chance at championship

    The Colfax football team never took for granted that this could happen. For one thing, Colfax coach Mike Morgan never would have allowed it.


  • Colfax takes another crack at title

    The Colfax football team never took for granted that this could happen. For one thing, Colfax coach Mike Morgan never would have allowed it.


  • Ferris focused on Skyline

    The distraction is ancient history now. Yes, the Ferris football team must make its second trip to Tacoma in six days. But it could turn out to be a blessing, …


  • GSL Preview Basketball

    Outlook The league saw the graduation of four of the five first-team all-GSL picks including the two best post players, league most valuable player Ryan Nicholas and Aaron Dunn of …


  • Area roundup: Colbert guides Post Falls to opening-game win

    Point guard Marcus Colbert scored 27 points and Connor Hill added 19 as Post Falls opened its boys basketball season Wednesday with an 82-66 nonleague win over visiting Shadle Park. …


  • G-Prep senior guard earns chance to lead

    Chris Sarbaugh has made himself into a basketball player. The Gonzaga Prep senior laughs when he recalls his humble beginnings. In the fifth grade he could barely jump.


  • Resilient Cusick Panthers play for first title

    Leading up to their state championship appearance, the Cusick Panthers have hardly embodied perfection. Just three weeks prior to punching their tickets to the Tacoma Dome, the Panthers suffered a …


  • Gonzaga Prep senior guard Chris Sarbaugh earns chance to lead

    Chris Sarbaugh has made himself into a basketball player. The Gonzaga Prep senior laughs when he recalls his humble beginnings.


  • Cusick spurns ACH, advances to title game

    On a day in which bitter cold and flurries of snow turned the Inferno at Roos Field in Cheney from red to white, the dropping temperatures and uncertain terrain also …


  • Cusick turns tables on ACH to reach 1B title game

    Previously unbeaten Almira/Coulee-Hartline (10-1), which had scored fewer than 30 points just once this season, was held to 28 Saturday, as Cusick (10-1) made good on its second chance to …


  • Penultimate playoff pairs

    It’s semifinal time for five area high school football teams. Ferris, East Valley, Colfax, Cusick and Almira-Coulee/Hartline are a win away from advancing to state championship games.


  • Snow impacts State 4A, 2A football semifinals

    The 4A and 2A State semifinal football games scheduled for Albi Stadium on Saturday have been postponed and will be played Monday at the Tacoma Dome, the WIAA announced late …


  • East Valley’s crew on offensive line has pulled off quite a feat

    The East Valley football team’s troubles with turnovers in the first six games of the season have been well-documented. Then there were the wholesale position changes, most noteworthy of which …


  • All GSL teams for fall 2010

    View a gallery of the all GSL teams for football, volleyball, girls soccer, cross country and slow-pitch softball.


  • Knights’ armor dinged up on O-line but holds up

    No spot on the Knights’ roster has undergone more change than at offensive line.


  • East Valley’s big start sinks Prosser

    KENNEWICK – East Valley’s improbable postseason run continued Saturday thanks to an improbable start to its State 2A football quarterfinal against Prosser. The Knights jumped out to a 28-0 lead …


  • Prep roundup: Eagles take third in state with shutout

    Katie Baran scored two unassisted goals and the Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) girls soccer team (16-5-1) avenged its loss in the State 1A semifinals by beating Vashon Island 2-0 for …


  • Cusick earns Almira/Coulee-Hartline rematch

    The Cusick Panthers do not want to call their upcoming semifinal against Almira/Coulee-Hartline a revenge game. Rather, following two consecutive wins in which they have won by an average of …


  • Penalties, turnovers can’t stop Colfax Bulldogs

    If at first you don’t succeed … On its first two offensive football possessions, Colfax scored four times. Only one counted.


  • Kamiakin ends Mt. Spokane’s year

    KENNEWICK – Mt. Spokane coach Mike McLaughlin thought of just about every scenario possible for Saturday’s State 3A quarterfinal football game against Kamiakin. None, however, matched the horror show that …


  • Ferris makes semifinals as Riverhawk drive stalls

    PASCO – It had a defensive tone from the outset Saturday afternoon. In the end, a stop propelled the Ferris Saxons into the State 4A football semifinals for a fourth …


  • Warriors wallop Wilbur-Creston in quarterfinals

    Since scoring 68 points on the way to winning its first game of the season in early September, Almira/Coulee-Hartline has been on a mission. Not just a mission to win …


  • Colfax does what it needs to win

    Colfax’s offensive fits and starts didn’t prevent a return to next weekend’s playoff semifinals as a 27-0 victory over the Broncos advanced the Bulldogs (11-0) against Waitsburg-Prescott (11-0), tentatively at …


  • East Valley crushes Prosser

    East Valley’s improbable postseason run continued Saturday thanks to an improbable start to its State 2A football quarterfinal against Prosser. The Knights jumped out to a 28-0 lead just 8 …


  • Little goes right for Mt. Spokane in loss

    Everything that could go wrong for the Mt. Spokane Wildcats in the first half did, as they fell behind 30-0 and could never recover in a 44-19 loss to Kamiakin …


  • Ferris hangs on to advance

    Ferris holds off Chiawana 13-7 to advance to State 4A semifinals.

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